Graham Huntley, founding partner of Signature Litigation, was quoted in The Times’ Law Diary, discussing Signature’s profit sharing model and the London Legal Support Trust.
Graham Huntley and his fellow directors at the London Legal Support Trust had the tough task on Monday of allocating £700,000 raised by events such as the London Legal Walk. With cuts in Government support, such help is all the more needed. But genuine corporate social responsibility is a question of character, not a PR tack-on, Huntley insists. He’s set up his own firm, Signature Litigation, with cofounder Helen Brannigan. It operates a generous profits-share route for the whole team. “Everyone,” he boasts, “from the cleaners to the partners, is now earning more than they did with their previous employers.”
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